The biggest Lego Club with over 10k members!

Our NEW Summer Term 2021 club invitation that brings STE[A]M learning to life for primary and secondary school students is TAKING BOOKINGS NOW UK WIDE!


Summer Term 2021

Limited Bubble Groups

Lunchtime or After School

Flexible Booking & Cancelations

Early Years

Mini-Builders (Duplo & large bricks)

This STEAM program is based around people, animals, and food you might find in the real world and imaginary. Each day, students will explore one aspect of the week’s theme, incorporating STEAM focused hands-on activities to promote 21st century skills as well as art, music, literacy and physical


Young Engineers

Keep Learning and Tinkering All-Year Long

Prepare children for school and life by building confidence and social skills while igniting their STEAM journey through play


Master Builders

Kids will be challenged to complete exciting learning missions that will be the building blocks for their culminating project.



Technics / Robotics Engineers

Using solutions to grow with students building confidence in STEAM skills like coding, robotics, and computer science. Simultaneously, they foster 21st century skills like collaboration and critical thinking.

15 mins

Settle in with a warm up challenge

30 mins

Main project activity

15 mins

Storytelling, show and tell. Pack up

Children are born to learn through play

Play is our brain’s favourite way to learn! Research shows that play is one way children develop some of the most important skills for being lifelong learners


Primary School (KS1/KS2)

  • Bricksxercise
  • Double Trouble
  • Run, Brick, Run
  • Balancing Act
  • Twister
  • Kim’s Game
  • Colour Sortin
  • Listen and Build
  • Tricky Perspective
  • Brickstistics
  • Positioning
  • Measuring Fun
  • Build a Snake
  • Animals with Superpowers 
  • Anna the Elephant 
  • Build a Scene
  • Home on Mars
  • Story-telling
  • Creationary
  • Emotions 
  • How are you?
  • Build a Friend
  • Build a Memory
  • Picture Frame
  • Blind Build
  • Wall Build
  • Communicator
  • Build a Tower
  • Team Model
  • Bridge Build

KS1 & KS2 students will use bricks and extensions to explore their creativity and boost STEM skills. 

KS2 Advanced - Y5 & Y6

This group uses Power Functions such as motors which can only be used for age 9+. Advanced KS2 students advance to making simple & powered machines that move using a combination of bricks and technics pieces.

  • Create a machine that draws on it’s own
  • Design a LEGO gravity roller

  • Test how far your LEGO balloon cars will go

  • Build a rocket car
  • Build a balloon powered car
  • Create a moving vehicle with motors
  • Build famous landmarks from around the world.
  • Design a LEGO rainbow
  • Solve a batch of LEGO challenge cards.
  • Make replicas of objects from around the classroom.
  • Read a storybook and then tackle an engineering challenge.
  • Create a LEGO zip line! 
  • Build a robot that moves with technics, bricks and motors

KS3 - Technics

Secondary school students will have the opportunity to explore engineering and physics with their creations while strengthening their STEM skills and have exposure to design-thinking as a method of problem-solving.

  • Vehicle access gates
  • Lifting platform
  • Drill Simulator
  • Automatic door
  • Drill Simulator
  • Conveyor Belt
  • Eradicator
  • Spinning top
  • Electric mixer
  • Windmill

KS3+ - Building Robots

Using Mindstorms, build an incredible robot that can move, talk* and follow command through coding

will not include motors or anything electrical or batteries due to safety

Why join The Lego Club?

The Lego Club focuses on STEM learning through bricks and blends an exciting mix of bricks activity projects for primary school and secondary school children. Based at school in a safe and familiar environment, working parents get the opportunity to stay busy while their child is looked after during those crucial hours after school.

What to expect from a Lego Club

  • Unique hands-on sessions

  • Free materials for each child individually

  • Designed to show you how to use the resources to engage your pupils and meet National Curriculum objectives

  • Effective classroom management

  • Run by a friendly, dedicated member of The Lego Club team

  • And finally, fun!

Affordable Simple Pricing

What's Included In The Price? Everything

Join Lego Club Today For Trusted In-School Extra Curricular

*Change Your Drop Off Times Anytime, And Pay Half Termly. 

Some Common FAQ's

School Eligibility

Clubs are offered to all ages from R to KS3.

You must split key stages in different groups  as the activities are different.  

We can offer Early Years club however please note that we do not have Ofsted Registration and supervision from your team will be required for under 4’s

Absolutely. We can run clubs on any day and any time. Just let us know. 

Yes. We are 100% inclusive. 

We require a member of your staff to support us throughout the session and a full discussion about what to expect from the group so that we can prepare.

Anytime for 30 min or 1 hour sessions. Clubs can run during school, at lunchtime or after school – even on weekends. 

Covid Safety
  • Each child receives their own fun educational toy pack individually which eliminates sharing.
  • Our staff all have taken Covid tests within 72 hours of starting 
  • Staff are happy to take weekly tests
  • PPE is not required in our club however if you require staff to wear masks in the school they will
  • We have a covid-19 risk assessment which is frequently updated 
  • Clubs can run outdoors as well as indoors
  • We will align our approach to preventing the spread covid with the schools

The welfare of all children is our primary concern. We have implemented protective measures in our clubs which include new risk assessments, reduced group sizes and revised activities. staff to child ratios are 1:15 for all age groups to ensure small group working. All children are to be kept at a safe distance apart, and we exercise judgement in ensuring the highest standards of safety are maintained. In all clubs, it has been necessary for us to introduce a cap on numbers to ensure that safety is prioritised.


Yes, they can pay half termly. We add this option to the booking form

We accept payments through Stripe which is a payment processor. Stripe supports all major credit and debit cards. Read more about Stripe here:

We do not accept PayPal however this may change in the near future

We do not accept childcare vouchers but the school can accept them on our behalf

Yes, if the school are paying we do not need a minimum number of children. The price is £105 per session. Max 15 kids.


In the case of  sudden school closure you are entitled to a full refund of the outstanding days or give you the option to continue on zoom/google hangouts or skype 

If a child is sick, absent or does not attend club you are not entitled to a refund for that session

Anyone can cancel anytime before the clubs start date and we will issue a refund minus a £5 admin fee


We gift each child with their own educational toy set worth £59, full of bricks and addons used for the club. All full term club members can keep their set. We ask that they bring back the storage box at the start of the new full term so that we can replenish the materials for the club. If they do not bring back the storage box we will not replace it. 

Who are you?

No. We are however, obsessed. We model our framework and approach to teaching on LEGO® education, and LEGO® therapy. 

We are The Lego Club. We started running Lego Clubs years ago back in 2013 and our approach massively grew in popularity due to the fact that we model LEGO® Education and also add our own fun twist to it to align with what the children want to learn. 

We also sell LEGO® and LEGO® compatible toys to the public and at a wholesale price to schools and nurseries

We are NOT affiliated in any way with LEGO. All LEGO marks are trademarks of the LEGO Group.

Our instructors are all local STE[A]M teachers and tutors or official LEGO® Educators. 

Safeguarding of your child is our primary concern. We run all of our clubs at your school which means that we’re operating in a safe environment for 3 and 14 years old. On-site risk assessments are completed and staff are trained in all the necessary policies and procedures. This training includes health, safety, hygiene, safeguarding, first aid, managing children’s behaviour and much more. We also train staff to deliver a variety of different activities, always making sure they’re safe and fun.

Yes, each child will be assigned a Keyworker, also known as their Group Leader, during their time at the club. They will be responsible for your child’s welfare at The Lego Club. You’ll be notified of who this is when you arrive at the club. You can speak to their Group Leader at any time, just contact the club directly to arrange this.

If at the end of the day, you would like to speak to the Group Leader of your child’s group, please just ask. As long as they are still on shift they will be happy to come out to the collection area and chat with you about your child’s day. If the timing does not suit your arrangements, simply ask for an appointment, our staff consider each child individually and are only too happy to share all the amazing things their groups have been up to!

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